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[Parliamentary speeches, debates, bills, etc. and other miscellaneous manuscripts and printed documents]
The papers document the West Indian portions of the economic fortunes and political career of the sugar planter and politician Ralph Payne, first Baron Lavington.
Correspondence mainly concerning the War of Austrian Succession. There is a significant amount of correspondence from Robert Hampden and from Thomas Hunter regarding various aspects of the war.
Correspondence, covers, and other documents chiefly from members of the Percy family to members of the Davidson family, disbound from album assembled by Thomas Davidson, Jr. Includes routine business and social letters from the first three Dukes of Northumberland to Thomas Davidson and Thomas Davidson, Jr.; letters from Elizabeth Percy to Martha Davidson; one letter by Thomas Percy; and various autographs and seals.
Correspondence, mainly concerning Percy's duties as a Court preacher, including the scheduling of sermons with various other clergymen. Almost every letter is accompanied by a typed transcription. There is also correspondence from Henry Meen about literature; Meen's work on translations from Greek; and his correction of proofs for Percy.
Circa 55 archeological illustrations and 95 archeological plans collected by John P. Peters and relating to the excavation of Nippur in Iraq, circa 1888-1895. Drawings are of various architectural structures (primarily ziggurats) and antiquities.
The Dorothy Peterson Collection contains Correspondence to Peterson from such persons as Langston Hughes, Nella Larsen, and Carl Van Vechten, as well as Jerome Bowers Peterson memorabilia.
Photographs and other material related to Susannah Hays, Egypt (San Francisco: Susannah Hays, 1993) and other associated projects created from 1992 to 2008, with the bulk from the period of 1992 to 1993.
Collection of thirty-eight photographs that document aspects of housing, medical care, and education for migrant agricultural laborers in California, 1969-1971, created by photographers Harvey Saul Columbus and Calind Lewis Potts as well as by the California Farm Workers Health Service. Many of the agricultural laborers are Hispanic Americans as well as several African Americans.